Watch a soppy flick by the pool or sing your soul out
Time Out Dubai staff
A new art museum opens today: The Salsali Private Museum will sit alongside the galleries clustered in Al Serkal Avenue in Al Quoz. The private museum will feature hundreds of works from owner Ramin Salsali’s art collection. Street 8, Al Serkal Avenue, Al Quoz, www.salsalipm.com.
Watch a soppy flick by the pool:
Catch a one-off poolside screening of 2007’s P.S. I Love You with Hilary Swank and Gerard Butler (if you sit in the pool, no one will see you blubbing). Dhs99 including snacks. 8.30pm. Cabana, The Address Dubai Mall (04 438 8999).Learn to tango at a new dance studio: Every Sunday and Wednesday, husband-and-wife team Cesar and Elizabeth at Latin Soul Dubai teach beginners the essential steps of Argentine tango in their new studio location. Dhs80 per class, Dhs900 for 15 classes. 8.30pm-10pm. Latin Soul Dubai, Icon Tower, next to Byblos TECOM (050 474 6249).
Sing your soul out at Citymax: Kirsty Meyer hosts a mean karaoke session at the buzzing bar tonight. Get ready for plenty of enthusiastic renditions of karaoke classics. Free. 9pm-late. Citymax Al Barsha (04 409 8000)
Take the family for an evening dim sum fest: Award-winning illusionist Gaston Quieto will be performing every Sunday at Ping Pong until December 4, and as you munch on their set menu of five dim sum baskets for Dhs130 (two baskets for Dhs60 for the little ones), he will wow you with his masterful illusions and sleight of hand. Dhs135 (adults), Dhs60 (children). Until December 4. Ping Pong, The Dubai Mall, www.pingpongdimsum.ae.